BlackBerry Live is taking place from May 14 to May 16 in Orlando Florida, and CrackBerry is going to be there in full mindblowing force. Nearly the whole crew will be on the show floor manning CrackBerry Live, an ongoing event where we'll be livestreaming interviews with folks from all over the BlackBerry ecosystem. Nestled within BlackBerry Live 2013 is BlackBerry Jam Americas, where developers can get first-hand support from BlackBerry personnel, and attend all sorts of wisdom-packed sessions.
Here's a quick run-down of the agenda. Tuesday morning will kick off with the general session keynote at 9 AM EST, hosted by CEO Thorsten Heins, CMO Frank Boulben, and COO Kristian Tear. Breakout sessions, labs, certifications, and showcases fill out the rest of the day. Developers have their own general session for BlackBerry Jam Americas at 1 PM. The evening caps off with a Universal Studios concert performed by Alicia Keys, Miguel, Maria Gadú, Alabama Shakes, and Cedric Gervais starting at 7 PM.
Wednesday is more of the same, minus the concert and general sessions, until a tweet-up and developer community awards at 6:15 PM. Thursday hosts the usual certification programs, hands-on labs, breakout sessions, and open jam spaces as the other days, before tapering off at around 3:15 PM.
BlackBerry Live 2013 promises to be extremely important. It's the first BlackBerry conference since BlackBerry 10 has launched, and hits just before the Q10 arrives in America. If you own a BlackBerry, you will not want to miss a nanosecond of CrackBerry's BlackBerry Live 2013 coverage.